How To Use Emotion In A Sentence

  • He was going back to the place where there was no feeling, because emotion and love were not allowed.
  • Mostly, however, she seems to be held in some kind of incommunicado status until they need a sound bite, and then they throw the power switch, download the text and out she spits it, with all the emotion of an automaton. Condi a Waste of Time
  • Looking through the casement was the visage of the mariner, no longer stern, but moved with unutterable emotion, and tears, yes, tears trickling down his weather-beaten cheeks. Edward Barnett; a Neglected Child of South Carolina, Who Rose to Be a Peer of Great Britain,—and the Stormy Life of His Grandfather, Captain Williams or, The Earle's Victims: with an Account of the Terrible End of the Proud Earl De Montford, the Lamen
  • As they negotiated the park gates and turned into the crowded thoroughfare, Patience sat, stiffly erect; inside, her emotions churned. A RAKE'S VOW
  • The highly textured surface of these poems does not, however, obscure the continuous emotional undercurrent.
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  • Within the context of modernity, the autonomous artist, as a creative being, explores varying moods, passion, sentiments and emotions.
  • But emotional ferment still seething from his betrayed boyhood keeps his body churning with unruly symptoms. Times, Sunday Times
  • It is this potential for music to express contradictory, sometimes inexpressible emotions that drives Ward to write songs.
  • Politicians, academics and campaigners today routinely frame public issues in emotional terms.
  • There are few food topics that arouse as much emotion as fish and chips. Times, Sunday Times
  • If we fail to develop emotional intelligence, or cannot control or restrain our emotions, we will lose our intellectual ability to think, reason and live rationally and intelligently. Dr T.P.Chia 
  • Here, my voice broke as I let my emotions through for the first time in a year.
  • Family dislocation has obvious social and emotional costs, especially for the children who lose a parent and often a source of income.
  • It also stokes the emotions, making physical violence more likely.
  • In his abstract ballets or interpretations of music, he rarely worried about the mood or emotional content of the music.
  • Strange emotions welled up inside her until she felt like she was going to explode from the pressure C7: Chapter Five – Lost on Earth « Write Anything
  • Two victims die in the first scene, an effective evocation of place, character and a whole range of powerful emotions. Times, Sunday Times
  • This continued in to the dressing rooms at half-time where coach Delio Rossi had no choice but to hook the emotional Azzuri international, claiming he was 'inconsolable'. Which club has put the most final nails in managerial coffins? | The Knowledge
  • She emotionally recalls what it was like as a teenager running into her homeless dad on the streets and pretending she didn't know him.
  • Between them, father and son have carved out a place where the song, the voice and the delivery of a real and recognisable emotion are paramount. Times, Sunday Times
  • A rare total eclipse of the moon will make your emotions a useful bit tougher and ambitions stronger. The Sun
  • The feelgood factor, a staple of Hollywood, is binned in favour of emotional truth and the complexities of human nature.
  • He was determined not to let emotions cloud his vision.
  • ‘I'll play you for it,’ Danny told him, allowing her anger and rioting emotions to get the better of her.
  • The work of the Hard-Edge painters, their first collective exhibition catalog in 1959 asserted, runs counter to a widespread contemporary belief in the primary value of emotion and intuition in esthetic experience … the [Hard-Edge painter] is not preoccupied with art as an opportunity to make autobiographical statements. California Cool
  • It is showing a letter embracing a woman and the depiction to emphasize emotion filled letter is simply unparallel .
  • Therefore "energetically" don't we just offer up more emotional violence into the soup? Time to Re-Assess How We Celebrate Presidents Day
  • Its choreography is dense with invention, its dancers project a fine fierce physicality and an alert, emotional presence. Stephen Petronio Company – review
  • Sick of his persona - delicate emotions paired off with caustic cynicism - he creates a bogus doppelganger to hide behind.
  • The SF - 36 dimension representing role limitations due to emotional problems was dichotomised for analysis, since the original scale contains only four values.
  • At an emotional news conference, members of the women's eight apologised for breaking national Olympic rules and expressed regret at condemning their team mate.
  • We can't show each other any favoritism, can't put the others at risk because of emotional entanglements. MINUTES TO BURN
  • Perhaps it's because of the deluge of words, perhaps it's the weightiness of the subject, but one doesn't actually become involved emotionally.
  • Spectacular Soviet successes in rocketry, beginning with Sputnik, sent the United States into a deep emotional depression.
  • It was in that moment that several emotions flickered across the young girl's face.
  • Viceroy's voice was still a monotonous drone, and I wanted to slap him just to see that he could still talk and/or yell with emotion.
  • The reward is tremendous weight and presence; the downside emotional crudity.
  • In a career, emotional involvement is essential for the Leo to feel fulfilled.
  • It can stir up strong emotions from the first notes heard, driving even the coldest of people to warm their hearts.
  • I have watched over the years as she has expended much time and emotional energy in dealing with these cases. Times, Sunday Times
  • The ferocious battle for good schools and good universities is so expensive and emotionally draining that no parent would want to endure it twice. Times, Sunday Times
  • Go most urgent, is the most beautiful scenery; hurt the most are always the most real emotions.
  • It includes strategies for promoting high academic achievement as well as off-setting problems of alienation, disengagement, and emotional distress.
  • The teenager, wearing a pink jacket, showed no signs of emotion as she was given a two-year sentence.
  • Sport is played not through statistics, but through raw passion, ungirdled emotion and pure unadulterated spirit.
  • This is very much in line with the contemporary need to have everything explained in cerebral, rather than emotional terms.
  • A person does not take one emotional thump in the face and willingly put himself up for more. Times, Sunday Times
  • He then moved to a less prestigious university, which he considered a serious demotion. Times, Sunday Times
  • She contrasts materials, symbolic objects and images in a way that begins to reveal hidden emotions and aspects of identity.
  • his emotional state depended on her opinion
  • In some things it may be well that emotion is greater than logic; but emotion _in logic_ is sad to contend with, sad even to contemplate -- and such is too often the reasoning of the untrained woman. Public Speaking
  • Overall, the ‘strong emotions’ seek out what cannot be put into propositions, or even words: everything that is mysterious and unpresentable.
  • He has suffered life-long behavioural and emotional difficulties. The Sun
  • You're supposed to be somewhat separated from your client so you can divorce yourself from some of the emotional issues.
  • He intends to plead not guilty, according to his lawyer, Plato Cacheris, who characterized his client as emotionally distraught.
  • The emotionally devastating effects of non-accidental injury, especially to children, has been receiving dramatic mass media coverage recently.
  • The teenage years cover a period in which young women and men mature physically, intellectually and emotionally.
  • People who are aware of their internal body state apparently experience more anxiety and other negative emotions in daily life.
  • But "LeAnn Rimes," the 17-year-old star's new CD of country classics, may be uniquely bizarre: not because it's unidiomatic, but because it's so emotionally empty. An Abc Of Country Song Covers
  • I don't deserve this and I am too mature to play silly emotional games.
  • It had been rather emotional for those groups that were eliminated in the second round.
  • These may be true, but these are arguments that appeal to the dispassionate mind of a judge, not the emotional public fervor.
  • Not without a painful emotion of impending danger, as I watched the stellular reflections dancing in the rushing river, did I wander on in the wake of a group of pack-ponies, and took my turn in being assisted over the broken chasms by the muleteers. Across China on Foot
  • His features were deadpan but his voice was bursting with emotion.
  • A tremendous production that packs an emotional wallop. Times, Sunday Times
  • It seems like some critics who at one moment will adulate a neo-realistic picture for its unwavering depiction of an emotional truth will the next second decry a film for depicting violence in a graphic/real way. Sundance Movie Review/Video Blog: Michael Winterbottom’s The Killer Inside Me | /Film
  • Her emotion expressed itself in her earnest performance of her reverent daily devotions. Emily Fox-Seton
  • The rapture effected by an aesthetic of the sublime is often more persuasive than any rational argument in its direct exploitation and manipulation of the audience's sense of actualities, possibilities, ethical duties and emotional affinities/antipathies. On the Sublime
  • And her power was not in her shouting or in her eloquence or in her emotion.
  • Hamilton said that, depending on how the students fared emotionally Tuesday morning, he might cancel classes in the afternoon.
  • A subcategory of this genre of books is composed of in-depth narrative accounts of the experiences of individual students applying to Ivy League colleges, their every emotional nuance dwelled on in luxuriant detail. Confessions of a Prep School College Counselor
  • The family is shaping excellent personality life textbook, is to stimulate the spirit of power source, is the emotional rain nourishes the soul.
  • The emotional tone of the two images is subtly different.
  • Vulnerability is not weakness, and the uncertainty, risk, and emotional exposure we face every day are not optional. Our only choice is a question of engagement. Our willingness to own and engage with our vulnerability determines the depth of our courage and the clarity of our purpose; the level to which we protect ourselves from being vulnerable is a measure of our fear and disconnection. Brene Brown 
  • His monologue casts light on the common experience of the stereotypical man who is unemotional, uncaring, and cold.
  • Even though this denial has to some extent to do with Habermas’s understandable fight with the ghost of Heidegger, he seems now to turn this into a new orthodoxy, thereby showing how critical theory is incapable of critiquing its very foundational presuppositions such as valorization of rational argumentations, performative competence, validity claims and linguistic intersubjectivity instead of emotional intersubjectivity Craib, 1998. Jürgen Habermas, Sri Aurobindo and Beyond
  • He took to antiquarianism, which is a sort of philtre, driving its votaries mildly insane, and filling them with emotions which, on the whole, are probably more often happy than grievous. Hawthorne and His Circle
  • They managed to shift about half of the mentally retarded and emotionally disturbed patients to homes and less restrictive programs.
  • A secure environment is the seedbed of emotional growth.
  • A cat has absolute emotional honesty: human beings, for one reason or another, may hide their feelings, but a cat does not. Ernest Hemingway 
  • If you put yourself through this process, be prepared for the emotional arc. Times, Sunday Times
  • Would you be "boggled" if I suggest that the characterisation of blacks here as a mob of rampaging gang-rapists is a product of prejudice and, in its emotional manipulation, serves to reinforce prejudice? Wisdom, Justice And Mercy
  • All the children had been physically and emotionally abused.
  • The woman sitting next to me had counseled children facing severe emotional and physical abuse for 20 years.
  • That he has regained sufficient emotional stability, after many years of considerable distress, to perform before live audiences is welcome.
  • What many patients experience is an awakening of emotions which they have never had, rather than a repetition of phantasies from the past.
  • Throughout the day, the atmosphere was emotional and tense. Times, Sunday Times
  • Abortion is not a painless procedure, it kills a living unborn baby and can scar a woman both emotionally and physically.
  • I asked him if he felt emotionally or materially deprived because there were no more dinosaurs or brontosauruses -'And what did he say? YESTERDAY'S SHADOW
  • As the song reaches a crescendo, she drops to her knees, lost in the raw emotion of her thoughts. Times, Sunday Times
  • The tone of his poetry is restrained and unemotional.
  • Jacqui looked at me, her eyes shining with not relief or left over fear or any other emotion instead she burst into a spate of giggles.
  • And bitterness is just such a wasted time and emotion. Valerie Plame Wilson Fights Scandal With 'Fair Game'
  • But there are also those who lack the emotional stamina and resilience to cope with the pressure of continually having to succeed. Times, Sunday Times
  • With a 33 km mountain run behind me and a 67 km white-water kayak ahead, I felt pain, dread, exaltation, jubilation, anticipation, fear and joy - give me more emotions.
  • Many children have become emotionally disturbed as a result of the abuse they have suffered.
  • He got quite emotional during the speech.
  • There are things he made me do in the film, very intense emotional work, that I didn't know I was capable of.
  • Katherine spoke softly, sometimes hesitantly and sometimes in a rush, with a great deal more emotional inflection than the voice she uses when acting the cool professional.
  • On the other hand, I feel so clearly a certain nearness, spiritually and psychologically, to Henry Stuart–well, I guess there is even an emotional counterpart, too. Sonny Brewer - An interview with author
  • This last one—lip balm—is expressed with the mildest spit of emotion, the only hint of the suppressed rage against the dominatrix.
  • More interpersonally oriented social psychologists and cultural anthropologists view emotions as being created among people.
  • It isn't a disease but may be a symptom of severe constipation or emotional difficulties related to stool holding.
  • It is clearly a job which involves people, often with deep-seated problems, emotional issues and where the stakes can be high.
  • His clinical experiences taken together provided the basis for, as well as continuing opportunity to re-evaluate, his theory of early emotional development.
  • Directed by Aroona Irani who also acts in it, its hour long-episodes have of late been hitting enough of an emotional pitch to delight those who love a well-made tear-jerker.
  • The spasm of hope and fear passed instantly, as cold logic replaced emotion.
  • The relationship between body posture and suppressed past trauma or emotions was touched on in the section dealing with cervical reintegration.
  • He was a cheerful, gregarious man, as endlessly curious as a cat, highly emotional and susceptible.
  • Irrational or disturbed emotional reactions, however, are often maladaptive.
  • Children who witnessed these kinds of parental disputes also tended to be more emotionally secure and well-adjusted socially.
  • Since you, the parent is the baby's primary source of physical and emotional nourishment, your well being can contribute to the presence or absence of colic.
  • The debate was highly emotional at times.
  • “I am Nyx,” Nyx replied, keeping his voice carefully cold and emotionless, just as the previous leader had taught him. Superhero Nation: how to write superhero novels and comic books » Kuro’s Review Forum
  • If a man is not thrilled by intimate contact with nature: with the sun, with the earth, which is his origin and the arouser of his acutest emotions -- Literary Taste: How to Form It With Detailed Instructions for Collecting a Complete Library of English Literature
  • The day had been a rollercoaster ride of emotion.
  • I drove the ecocentric 104bhp BlueMotion, which was thrifty and yet remarkably perky. Car review: VW Golf Cabriolet
  • I was going to go into the types of medication one can take to numb their emotions and fill their empty husk with medical happiness, but I'm far too depressed for that now.
  • But what we know is these women often tend to be what we call interpersonal offenders, where they exploit children emotionally, if not sexually. CNN Transcript Oct 25, 2007
  • Emotionally expressive individuals are perceived as more visible, more attractive, and more likeable than unexpressive individuals.
  • People who are emotionally needy or manipulate others to get their own way by making them feeling guilty are unconscious vampires.
  • People buy with their emotions and justify and rationalize with logic.
  • To write a form of lyric poetry that was intensely emotional, but sidelined my own ego. Times, Sunday Times
  • The degree of one's emotions varies inversely with one's knowledge of the facts. Bertrand Russell 
  • Probari nequit illorum pseudopoliticorum opipio, qui ad jura regalia magistratus remotionem ministrorum pertinere censent. The Works of Mr. George Gillespie (Vol. 1 of 2)
  • No one likes receiving emotional, intemperate outbursts, even from people who think they have been wrongly accused.
  • You need to be able to pick up on emotions without seeing people. Times, Sunday Times
  • He, too, was totally aware of the emotional content of each song and cut his musical cloth accordingly while accompanying with true artistry.
  • This was where we weighed anchor from the emotional storm. Times, Sunday Times
  • It is quite absurd, not to mention infuriating, to have some moron from Sky burbling on about the next attraction when one has not had time to absorb the emotion from the film one has just seen.
  • In fact, these kinds of films need melodrama; they need action or events that externalise the emotions driving the story.
  • More deeply, when coupled with emotion, labels activate something at the physical, sensation level. The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com
  • But an awful lot of preverbal emotional signaling and interactions are going on in the first two years of life, which lay the groundwork and the foundation for language.
  • He also sends his friend Dr. Lefebre, an observant alienist, to check on the emotional well being of the distraught Lucy whose aunts insist she is deranged. A Mortal Curiosity-Ann Granger « The Merry Genre Go Round Reviews
  • Maps often have that emotional and aesthetic pull for me.
  • In Tansley as in Brennan you will find descriptions of a hierarchy of subtle energy sheaths or bodies called the etheric, emotional, mental and higher bodies that surround the physical body. The epiphenomenal view of mind
  • We get an extended mental digression from him on how to emotionally distance oneself from crying people.
  • He was emotionally unstable.
  • The feudal system is cloistered and I welcomed the change as it gave me a chance to grow emotionally and spiritually.
  • You're too emotionally involved with the situation.
  • Fueling emotions on the campus is the discovery that the university forgave $31.4 million in athletics debts in 2007. College football coaches see salaries rise in down economy
  • Any such definitive analysis, however, would need to respond, at the very least, both to his at once ‘avant- garde’ and hard-headedly commercial use of abstracted, deliberately over-stylised backgrounds and movements, and to the logical circularity which repeatedly dictates the emotional lives of his characters.
  • Polak is a powerful presence in the lead, displaying remarkable physical and emotional range, while Treasa Levasseur is a standout in both comic and tragic turns.
  • They say its their heritage and they're very emotional about it.
  • In that context, I found phrases like these kind of disconcerting and hard to read: the passions of his bewildered heart … a maelstrom of melancholicaly erupted emotion … causing a bit of the guilt to spatter through his brow … that would never permit his repression, never allow for nothing short of predetermined apocalyptic salvation. Superhero Nation: how to write superhero novels and comic books » Frank Murdock’s Review Forum
  • Michael Phillips was mostly "emotionless" during the interview and matter-of-factly described his life to Drukteinis, according to the report, including that he had lived with his grandfather for more than a year after having problems at home. Nashuatelegraph.com local, state, business and sports news
  • Data on gender differences in self-reported emotional intensity and expressivity are conflicting.
  • She could see his face, red with emotion, eyes moist with tears that waited to be shed.
  • Lack of testosterone leaves men bad-tempered, emotional, depressed and suffering from Irritable Male Syndrome, scientist Gerald Lincoln told BBC radio's recently.
  • In order to be successful on the field, everyone needs to generate positive energy and emotion.
  • In linguistics, there are presently two main approaches to solving the problems associated with the description of emotions.
  • We are emotionally drained and physically exhausted. Times, Sunday Times
  • His mother Jacqueline resorted to emotional blackmail to try to make him stop.
  • The sexual sweat, but not the normal sweat, activated the right orbitofrontal cortex and the right fusiform cortex, brain areas that help us recognize emotions and perceive things, respectively.
  • The world of kitsch is in a certain measure a heartless world, in which emotion is directed away from its proper target towards sugary stereotypes, permitting us to pay passing tribute to love and sorrow without the trouble of feeling them. Roger Scruton on Beauty
  • Fundamental in the personality of the hysterics is this instability, this emotionality, which is however secondary to an egotistic, easily wounded nature, craving sympathy and respect and often unable legitimately to earn them. The Nervous Housewife
  • In many cases where young boys sexually offend there was a family history of emotional, sexual and physical abuse.
  • There are also moments when the emotional responses of key characters in key situations completely fail to ring true.
  • Under Kevin Sutley's direction, this production finds a queasy pace, coloured as much by the insane bingeing on stage as the emotional minefield it traverses.
  • The parents made an emotional plea to their child's kidnappers.
  • Comedy and theatre designs are shaped by a happy combination of intellect and emotion. Times, Sunday Times
  • In addition to medical prescription, victims require emotional support and reassurance which is not available from sources such as the family.
  • Women tend to consider extramarital unions for emotional fulfillment rather than for recreational sex.
  • Exhausted, and at a moment of massive emotional import, unique and unrepeatable, Martin Johnson gets a microphone shoved in his face and is asked for his reaction.
  • Why should it be this emotional scale (as opposed to joy vs. pain, or pride vs. envy) whose expressions are subject to positive-to-negative inversion?
  • She qualified that by saying any other country, but she was in an emotional maelstrom. Times, Sunday Times
  • My only cavil about Aden Gillett's neurotically suave Charles is that he sometimes puts emotion before diction so that you lose the full richness of his past relationship with the vividly polysyllabic Mrs Winthrop-Llewellyn.
  • Because although obviously the technology of both war and medicine has changed immeasurably from the dark ages to the modern day, I think the emotions of both have remained very much the same. Writer Unboxed » Blog Archive » AUTHOR INTERVIEW: Anna Elliott, part 1
  • Meditation taught me not to overidentify with my flickering, rapidly altering emotional states, but rather view them as visiting wildlife. Times, Sunday Times
  • Neil Tennant, for all his limitations, is one of the most human singers I know, and not in some Whitney / Britney sense that equates humanity with loud declamation of ersatz emotion.
  • They claim to get emotional support there. The Sun
  • He made the emotional journey back to the house he grew up in.
  • There was a shift in the audience as to the meaning of his sudden exclamation, especially its lack of any emotion.
  • Until the climax of the sexual erethism, woman is for man the acme of supreme desire; but with detumescence the emotions tend to swing to the opposite pole, and excitement and longing are forgotten in the mood of repugnance and exhaustion. Taboo and Genetics A Study of the Biological, Sociological and Psychological Foundation of the Family
  • A person bereft by permanent loss or separation feels this range of emotion multiplied many times.
  • DSK's defenders paint her as fragile and emotionally unstable. Times, Sunday Times
  • These small detractions don't stop Raimi's film from being a superlative movie, a rare sequel that betters its predecessor, a rare blockbuster that has an emotional heart.
  • In fact, the emotion is more deeply felt and communicated because it is so tranquilly expressed.
  • Why not pause for a moment and bathe in the emotional afterglow of that statement?
  • The positive vibrations of group prayers, he said, helps develop emotional integrity and strengthens relationships.
  • I knew I could never return because soon it would cease to exist, along with the lives, emotions and memories of its inhabitants, the ordinary, forgotten, unmourned, uncelebrated people of history.
  • My emotions manage to squeeze a few tears past the imposed strictures of my society, but most of my grief only pounds wrathfully against generations of parents telling sons that ‘big boys don't cry.’
  • They bring their emotional baggage with them. Times, Sunday Times
  • From this we put a major explanatory weight on the indigenous construction of human nature and emotions.
  • The dominant emotional reaction to the letter was shock and disbelief or anger and indignation.
  • It's admittedly cheesy and sentimental but it's important to me because it represented a big emotional closure for me.
  • Show me a folk music audience and I'll show you the emotionally needy.
  • Unpredictable, emotional and alive, it is, in keeping with the area, soul with the rough edges intact.
  • Emotionally unstable, his aggressive attitude frequently culminates in violence.
  • This is where Black looks for the most powerful emotions on Blonde on Blonde, and he says that those fills can have him close to tears.
  • I found no joy in cleaning up some little tyrant's mess and I didn't have enough emotion in me to cry over a silly dog-eared card.
  • He exhales deeply, like he's opening a valve to pent-up emotions.
  • Evidence is now mounting that the ability to recognize facial expressions of emotion is subserved by specialized neural circuitry.
  • I was blown away by it, especially the emotional quality it has. The Sun
  • They harness the energy and urgency of electronic music while largely doing away with emotion and invention. Times, Sunday Times
  • Fear is an alien emotion to the prodigy, whose biggest asset is his scorching pace.
  • As one researcher writes in a study on moods and menstruation in college students, 'negative behavior exhibited premenstrually is perceived as evidence for the prevailing negative stereotype of female emotional behavior while positive behavior is ignored as something for which biology is irrelevant.' PMS
  • This unprintable response of his did nothing at all to help him identify his emotions and therefore his chances of seeing clearly and moving forward were minimal.
  • If not, better to burst the bubble while you are still emotionally intact. Times, Sunday Times
  • Injuries, then, have a great emotional resonance.

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